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Turnigy2836 brushless Outrunner 2350kv

Turnigy2836 brushless Outrunner 2350kv

Dimension: 28mm x 40mm, 56mm(with shaft)
Weight: 79g  (kv2350) (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft:F4.0mm
Length of front shaft:F15mm
Lamination thickness: .2mm
Magnet type: 45SH

Max performance;
Voltage: 3-4S Lipoly
Prop: APC4.7x4.25
Thrust: 800g
Power: 480W



PRODUCT ID: T2836-2350

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Kv(rpm/v) 2350
Weight (g) 79
Max Current(A) 0
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 12
Power(W) 480
Shaft A (mm) 4
Length B (mm) 40
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length (mm) 25
Total Length E (mm) 55
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Total of 99 discussions.
Tim  2 points - 2/8/2014
 
Yes you can reverse the motor shaft on these,, watch this video on how to do it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4UKWvTHX1I hope this helps you
Adam  11 points - 10/7/2013
 
does anyone know the size of the connectors that come included in this pack so I can order some more
 Mar11 2567 points
this one comes with no connector, i will use the 3.5 mm connectors, 1 full bad for 1.5 $
enjoy
SkyHawk Newbie  83 points - 9/25/2013
 
Can you reverce the shaft on this motor.
 edwin46 112 points
yes you can
Michalis  18 points - 9/15/2013
 
Hi. So i have this motor and a 4s 4000mah 40c . What esc should i buy for max performance and be safe, and what prop can i use?
 ika kusumadewi 4 points
use redbrick 70amp esc, with 6x4 prop trust me.please
 Michalis 18 points
ok thanks i hope this works.. :p
 Mar11 2567 points
i have a good experience with redbrick but only problem is that their BEC is very weak never enuf for my servos ! try plush 60 amps
 Michalis 18 points
am going to use 9 or 14(metal) gram servos so if i use 3 servos will the redbricks bec handle them? thank u!
 Mar11 2567 points
I think it will, mine was handling 4 servos but suddnly after sometine it couldnt handle 2 servos..maybeita a wire problem
 Michalis 18 points
ok now i will probably buy the plush 60 :P thanks!
 darcy 21 points
yes 60 amp plush the redbricks esc suck
 Michalis 18 points
Ok. Thank you!!
 Mar11 2567 points
yeah but still its triple the price :)
Plush rocks
win1213  17 points - 9/9/2013
 
whats the best prop to use with this motor?
 waterlogged 3728 points
I'd go with a 11x7 if you're using a 2s or a 9 x 5 on a 3S or an 11 x 7 if you are using a 4S I hope that helps you. Edwin
 win1213 17 points
can you link me those props?..im having a hard time searching those props and tanks alot for the info mate =]
 waterlogged 3728 points
Thanks for answering Edwin. I made a right mess of things last night. My only excuse was I had a very tiring day but really no excuse for tardiness. The prop you need is actually this one on a 3S a 6 x 5 prop www.link is the link.
 waterlogged 3728 points
Rats, a good lesson Edwin. HobbyKing don'y allow links, even to their own stock so just type the following into the search box up the top of the page ... TGS6x5E Then pick your warehouse and away you go. Another way would be to enter just 6 x 5 Prop and get the whole lot but I think this would be a good choice. They are good props and a good price. Obviously there are better but at more money, but this is the most popular.
 win1213 17 points
lol thank you sir ^_^. what about for 4s?
 waterlogged 3728 points
A 5 x 5 prop would do nicely or PRODUCT ID: TGS5x5E I've used these on high KV motors and they go well. Just remember to balance them. They run at a very high speed and any imbalance can cause damage to your motor and plane. If you don't have a balancer I'd advise buying one. There are plenty of tutorials on YouTube on how to use them.
 Michalis 18 points
Hi. So i have this motor and a 4s 4000mah 40c . What esc should i buy for max performance and be safe, and what prop can i use?
 Mar11 2567 points
plush 60 amps is best
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Dr. Katana
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48 thumbs up!
This motor is very good for High speed plane. I bought for 'K & S Silkywind Racing'.
Measurement data, I use Eagle Tree data logger, Hyperion Emeter & Tahmazo thrustmeter on my Test Bench.
Please check my web site www.link data is actual measurement.

Prop. Volt Current rpm Power Pitch spd Thrust Efficiency
APC S400 5.5x4.5 10.68V 31.81A 22321rpm 339.73W 153km/h 816.0g 77 ETA.
APC S400 6x4 10.65V 32.36A 21929rpm 344.63W 134km/h 1064.8g 82 ETA.
APC S400 6x5.5 10.24V 39.10A 19685rpm 400.38W 165km/h 869.7g 69 ETA.
APC Sport 7x5 9.87V 42.11A 17605rpm 415.63W 134km/h 1180g 63 ETA.

No load, 25500rpm 10V > kv 2550


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vosje
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9 thumbs up!
i have now 4 off those, they are running on 4 lipo's 2500 30C zippy's ,i run it with a apc 4.5 x 4.1 in a funjet 6 a 8 min of running, it's pull out 550 WATT , with the apc 4.7 x 4.25 it's running at 600 WATT .
all on the ground .TURNIGY Sentry 40amp Speed Controller run's ok with it .
gr jolanda The nederlands


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mattyhawk
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9 thumbs up!
Here is the setup to get you to 110mph in a Funjet. 2836 2350, APC 5.5x4.5, 60A SS, At least a 2650mAh 4S 20C Turnigy (need to sustain 60A). I used a Wattsup meter to read 58A at 14.7V for 875W. Doppler at 110mph consistently and use WOT for 30-60 sec at a time.


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Alt-F4
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8 thumbs up!
I use this motor combined with a 4:1 planetary gearbox in a glider. With 4S lipo and aeronaut folding-prop I got awesome climbing-rates at 36A.


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gedutis
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7 thumbs up!
The motor seems ok and run wery well. But the wires are wery poor. I soldered bannana plugs on wires and after one test run, two of three broke of... Other turnigy motors have way better wires than this motor. I am wery dissapinted that for 17$ i got 5$ worth motor wires.... I would rewind with my good quality wire...


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